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In-Game Description
Cooking Effects
Common Locations
Hearts
Baked Hearts
Cooked Hearts
Armoranth
This tough medicinal plant cannot be broken, but it can be cooked. Its durable yet flexible fibers raise your defense when cooked into a dish.
0
Big Hearty Radish
This hearty radish has grown much larger than the average radish. It's rich in analeptic compounds that, when cooked into a dish, temporarily increase your maximum hearts.
6 Full recovery
Blue Nightshade
A plant that grows in quieter areas of Hyrule. At night, it gives off a soft glow. Cook with it to increase your stealth.
Cool Safflina
This medicinal plant grows in high elevations, such as mountains in the Hebra or Gerudo regions. When cooked into a dish, it will temporarily increase your heat resistance.
Electric Safflina
This medicinal plant grows abundantly in the Gerudo Desert. Its peculiar fibers conduct electricity, which will increase your electricity resistance when cooked into a dish.
Endura Carrot
Highly valued as a medicinal plant, this carrot contains large amounts of nourishing energy. When cooked into a dish, it boosts your stamina beyond its maximum limit.
3 4
Fortified Pumpkin
An extremely tough pumpkin raised in village fields. When cooked, that toughness manifests itself by considerably upping defense.
0 1
Hearty Radish
A rare radish that grows best in sunny plains. Cook it before eating to temporarily increase your maximum hearts.
3 Full recovery
Hyrule Herb
This healthy herb grows abundantly in the plains of Hyrule. Cook it before eating to increase the number of hearts it restores.
2
Mighty Thistle
This medicinal plant is known for its sharp thorns and for the fruit it bears. The fruit contains a compound that increases attack power when cooked into a dish.
0
Silent Princess
This lovely flower was said to have been a favorite of the princess of Hyrule. Once feared to have gone extinct, it's recently been spotted growing in the wild.
2
Swift Carrot
This carrot is cultivated extensively in Kakariko Village. It strengthens the legs and hips when cooked into a dish, which helps increase your movement speed.
0 1
Swift Violet
This vitality-rich flower blooms mainly on cliffsides. When cooked into a dish, the nourishing compounds increase your movement speed.
Warm Safflina
This medicinal plant grows in hot regions, such as the Gerudo Desert. It's warm to the touch and increases your cold resistance when cooked into a dish.